The Vermont Interfaith Action coalition of religious congregations hopes its coming statewide convention will renew interest in raising the state’s minimum wage.
Nearly 300 students facing a lack of summer opportunities are entering the working world thanks to the nonprofit environmental education program.
The Upper Valley native turned New York digital culture expert talks the “Magic and Loss” of the internet at Vermont’s Bookstock Literary Festival.
The Organic Consumers Association announced it had found traces of glyphosate — the active ingredient in the herbicide Roundup — in samples of the Vermont company’s products.
Filmmaker Jay Craven is set to remember his collaborator through a statewide series of screenings of the Mosher novel-turned-feature “Where the Rivers Flow North.”
A Middlebury College retrospective celebrating “the artist laureate of Vermont” focuses as much on her private struggles as her professional success.
“There are so many questions and a lot of emotional reactions,” organizers say of what’s spurring their talks on “Refugees in the USA Today: Gaining Some Perspective.”
Willard Sterne Randall’s “Unshackling America: How the War of 1812 Truly Ended the American Revolution” reveals echoing clashes over refugees, trade and the nation’s place in the world.
When Brattleboro lawyer Chuck Cummings explained his eye-popping style to a reporter in 1985, he didn’t know his words would resonate locally three decades later.
Vermont artist Peter Gould hopes to turn Emma Lazarus’ Statue of Liberty poem into a viral protest anthem against President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
Brattleboro attendees will find themselves filmed by a Discovery Channel television crew, while Montpelier spectators, voting on smartphones, can award participants $1,000 prizes.
Food Network star Seamus Mullen, appearing over the weekend at the Wanderlust Festival at Stratton, credits his home state when sharing his death-defying story of personal and professional transformation.
The 40-year-old Dorset Theatre Festival and nearby 80-year-old Weston Playhouse would rather celebrate than compete as they raise their curtains this week on unusually star-studded seasons.
The International Medal of Arts winner will mark his 90th birthday with a major new exhibit at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center.